Melina Kouyoumtzi
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I love listening to my neighbour's stories, but I always take everything he says with a pinch of salt!  #LearnEnglish

I love listening to my neighbour's stories, but I always take everything he says with a pinch of salt! #LearnEnglish

#IDIOM  OF THE DAY! #Learning  idioms is a great way to expand your vocabulary. As native speakers we use them all the time, so they are essential to expressing yourself in #English . #LearnEnglish

#IDIOM OF THE DAY! #Learning idioms is a great way to expand your vocabulary. As native speakers we use them all the time, so they are essential to expressing yourself in #English . #LearnEnglish

This stylish beach house family retreat was renovated by Martha's Vineyard Interior Design, located in Chatham a town in Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

This stylish beach house family retreat was renovated by Martha's Vineyard Interior Design, located in Chatham a town in Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

tommyrot (n.) [tom-ee-rot] nonsense; utter foolishness.

tommyrot (n.) [tom-ee-rot] nonsense; utter foolishness.

Idiom: to get on like a house on fire

Idiom: to get on like a house on fire

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“The calm before the storm” is a peaceful and quiet period before a period of…

“The calm before the storm” is a peaceful and quiet period before a period of…

"My ears are burning" means that you know or think that other people are talking about you. Example: I can’t believe I fell over on the stage last night! My ears are burning now – I’m sure everyone is talking about me.

"My ears are burning" means that you know or think that other people are talking about you. Example: I can’t believe I fell over on the stage last night! My ears are burning now – I’m sure everyone is talking about me.

“Fresh off the boat” means “newly arrived from a foreign place”.  Example: I’m not fresh off the boat. I know what’s going on.  Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

“Fresh off the boat” means “newly arrived from a foreign place”. Example: I’m not fresh off the boat. I know what’s going on. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

If there is a nip in the air, the air outside is quite cold.

If there is a nip in the air, the air outside is quite cold.